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Rise, success and overseas rut: A timeline of MS Dhoni's Test career

  • FP Sports
  • December 31st, 2014
  • 8:05:48 IST

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, one of India's greatest Test captains under whose leadership India became the No. 1 team in the Test rankings, has decided to retire from Test cricket citing the strain of playing all three formats.

MS Dhoni. AP

MS Dhoni. AP

"One of India's greatest Test Captains under whose leadership India became the No. 1 team in the Test Rankings MS Dhoni, has decided to retire from Test Cricket citing the strain of playing all formats of Cricket," the BCCI said in a statement.

"MS Dhoni has chosen to retire from Test Cricket with immediate effect in order to concentrate on ODI and T20 formats. BCCI while respecting the decision of M S Dhoni to retire from Test Cricket, wishes to thank him for his enormous contribution to Test Cricket and the laurels that he has brought to India," it added. (PTI)

Updated Date: December 31, 2014 08:05:48 IST

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